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Tilt Shift lens effect..

 
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Apr 05, 2007 18:31 |  #1

I always wanted a tilt shift lens, but those lenses are darn expensive..so I could never afford one..
So I thought.. may be I could photoshop a picture to make it look like it was shot by a tilt shift lens.. :D

Anyway.. here are my poor attempts... :o

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Apr 05, 2007 19:23 |  #2

I think the second image really looks like a believable tilt-shift effect, though the blur could be more refined and subtle. Good job overall though.


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Apr 06, 2007 09:44 |  #3

Vinni wrote in post #2991902 (external link)
I think the second image really looks like a believable tilt-shift effect, though the blur could be more refined and subtle. Good job overall though.

Thanks.

Yeah, you are right. I will have to go easy on the blur.
BTW. Do you know any website where I can find some tilt lens shots?
I would like to get as many example as possible to learn about them.
Thanks. :D


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Apr 06, 2007 14:09 |  #4

Looks good - the lower transition seems abit harsh though.

Tutorial is anyone else wants to try this:
http://recedinghairlin​e.co.uk/tutorials/fake​model/ (external link)


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Apr 06, 2007 17:42 |  #5

Ahh great link! Thanks!


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